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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H 8ATURDAY,JULY 8,-1911.
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BOY SCOUTS AND
('liniment Hartley, librarian (if Den-
P ver, Colo , Iiuh devised a plan by which.
the Hoy Scouts can iielp tlin lillml.
Hi- has arranged dally readings In tho
library from tlio great works (if lit
erature. Such ri'ndlngH, of course, are
especially liclifnl to persons who for
various reusoiiH arc unnblo to read.
Iladlcy learned that there are sev
eral hundred lillml folks In Denver
niul he wauled them to enjoy the hour
of reading. Accordingly he arranged
with the Hoy Scouts to escort tlio
various blind folk, to the library each
day and then take them home. The
boys have enteied heuitlly Into this
subject and as u result have given
happiness to hundreds of folk.
liny Scouts riant Trees.
IMA till, .1, 111 tl) .1 fll.lltn (tlldll.HA
- icii ii.iiitii in . iiiiuiiiu . intuitu
I' of Itov Remits. Much Interns! In this
work has been aroused by (llffar.l
t'liichnt, formor United States forest
er and present member of the. Na
tional Council of the Hoy Scouts of
America, l'inchot believes In the
Hoy Scouts and the t mining that they
get-In the woods. At his suggestion,
the lenders of the Hoy Scouln have cu
min aged planting of trees In the
cities and practically every troop In
(bo Important cities of this country
bnve glen time to tl0 planting of
oung trecR. This work bus been
done In Huston, New 1 linen, Conn.;
I'bllnilclphtn, I'n.; Johnstown, I'n.
Cincinnati, Chicago and other places,
(irnntli of Hit) Seoul In South Africa
The Hoy Scout movement Is pro
gressing rapidly In South Afilcu.
I.leut. Gen Sir Uobcrt Haden-rowell,
orlglnutor of the Kngllsh Hoy Scouts
movement has received favorable re
ports fioni South Africa. One corre
spondent writes him: "The organisa
tion lias had n.u'ondetful effect in
stimulating tlio energy of South Afri
can boys who nro splendid material,
but used to appear to t,.nvv old In
mind and sluggish and apathetic loo
soon. Hut this Is all changed now."
Tho Duko of Connnugb In n tnlt to
South .Africa was much pleased with
tlio appearance of tlio Hoy Scouts.
Oakland Lads Join Hoy Scouts of
Hoy Scouts In Oakland, California,
wlio formerly were associated with
""lie American Hoy Scouts, havo Joln-
v1. 'I l' ""J" Scouts of Amcilca. The
local committee tn O.ikliinil linn lip.
i come associated with the National
organization of the Hoy Scouts of
America, and much enthusiasm In tlio
work lias been shown by prominent
business men, pieachcrs and educa
tors. Victor I.CR1I11 Is onn of the 11c
tlvn workers In Oakland. Ho bus
bucceeded In getting the principal ol
the High School, physical directors
and many boys' woikcrs Interested In
Hoy Scouts activities. There are
about 300 Hoy Scouts in tlio Oakland
fandom" at random
WHAT WILL KEIO DO?
j, PFP P'
NEW BOAT FOR
The Healntil and Myrtle crews will
fclnrt in with their regular prncllco for
I tho llegatta Day races next week.
The I'uucnc ciew bus started In
with light practlco ulrcday nnd ct
1 pects to glo tho Honolulu ciowb n
run for their money.
I Tho Hcnlniii members nro anxiously
' waiting for their new linger bout,
. which si due hero any time now. it
I was icndy for shipment at San r'rnn
1 cIsco on July 1st.
I The freshmen ciovv will turn out for
practice twice a week, beginning Mon
1 day evening,
Other, crews will turn
V. I. Aynu nrrlvcd by tlio Minim Kea
Ibis morning and will play for the Ha
waii this afternoon.
Tomorrow afternoon those who havo
the appetite for baseball will havo all
opportunity of Mclng unntliir dnublc
lieudir pulled off ut the Athletic Park.
Tills time it will be the .Stars ug.ilust
tint J A (.', niul the x( court game will
lio 11 go liitwccu the I'orttiguesu anil
Tim l'lirtllgtleso te.llll will have Its
criiivil of looters 011 nauii wnen mo
secmirt k.i 1 lie begins, ulirt the match
Hlioiild tie p good one.
The 1' A. '. lias not inarte many
dinnges for Hie special series, iiHIiiiiikIi
two gimd nun have hIkiici) up with It.
I'Vuneo will lover sciiinil lusu anil
IiinIiIii.1I or Mike Hiltus will lie sttl-
tliimil at shortstop, l'ertio will do the
twirling, while Homes will giillur tliem
In liehliul the bat.
The balance of 1 1 111 team will bo the
same 11s usual.
The Stills will have Apuu III tho bo
us usual, and ho Is said to lio In good
Tho Japanese tiinii will Ii.imi the
iiuiiil t 11 mi oul against tbu Stars.
Tho Humps for tuiuoriow's games
me as follow Hi
1 A. C--So.(res, v.; l'ertro, p; liiito,
Hi; I'rumo, Jb ; Sima. ::ii ; lliishngll
I'relliiH, ss ; Ornell.is, oliuos, Ma-
J. A O lloopll, e.; Mertelros, p.;
Mian. 1, Hi; I'lanui. 1M1 ; Asiiiu, 31.;
Clilllliigwoilb, ss.; Zirlie, If; Walker,
if; I.iinls if
Stars Joy, e ; Apuu, p ; All Toon,
Hi.; Miller, .111 All Tin, Sl ; Kuii
Veil, ss ; Siiiniier," If.; Hayes, cf.; Sul
Kelo-Mlynke, c ; Isblk.iwa, p; (Into,
Hi., .K'linKI, ill ; Kusakii, 3b ; S.isul.l,
hh ; Tiikaliam.i, cf ; Koyaiua, if.
H H K
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Saturday, July 8
H30-STARS vi. ST. LOUIO
3i30 HAWAIIS vi. KEIOS
Sunday, July 9
1l30 J. A. C. vi. STARS
. 3:30 PORTUGUESE vi. KEIOS
Pricei 75c, 50c, 35c and 25c
MIDWEEK SCHEDULE, Commencing
at 4 P. M.
July 12 Keloi vi. All-Chinese
" 19 Keioi vi. All-Chinese
" 26 Keioi vi. All-Chinese
PRICES 50c, 35c, 25c, 15c
The llculanls feel much morn en-
rournged now, since their crews won
from liotli the Myrtle crews on July
1th. They believe that this Is the
' first step to nil the defeats that the
1 Myrtlo crcwH will receive fimu them
There ale many now men enlist
1 lug nit tho time, nnd there is mote
than a full number of ramllrtates now
The following bos are the first to
.tin 11 out for 11 try 'on tlio freshmtn
clew. Thompson, lleleiuanu, Howen,
Scbroeder, (lertz, lionnt, (liuy, llonan,
M. Nichols ami llnlti
The Mrtl crews are to begin work
dm lug Ibe hitler part of next week,
and they uie not fearing over tlio de
feat which their two crews received
at the hands of tba'Ileal.iuls 011 the
1 'mil Hi.
The jouugor members are busy Just,
now tialiilug foi tlielr canoe luce.
which Is to tnku place 011 July lntb
against the Ukulele crew.
The race tu lie held pi Wulklkl be
tween tho ennoe "( ri?WH Is nttructlng
miicli attenlliiii, ami the Ihis are
stlirt-il up over the race.
The Mvrtlo team will lie n strong one.
While the O.iliu League teams aro loiuposisl of tho follow lug members:
buss piepurlng for their games with William Itosu, Sluis. I' Anerpach, .
the Kelo Iniiicb, tberu Is iniu(lier team J- Sullivan. H I'oiliiiore nnd Marston
on the outside working haul dally to-ainpliell.
get Into trim for Its first game with
the nnlvilMlty nine.
Tho ikioI and billiard tournament
which started at the Y. M. C. A, on
July 1st Is going abend dally ThcrJ
nrc twelve entries, and C. II. Alton Is
In tho lend, winning four games and
losing one, leaving seven 111010 to be
There aro to bo slxty-slx games
played, and eleven. , have been nluved
nlready, leaving filty-flve lo bo played
jet. The winner of the tournament
wilt be nwarrtcrt a solid gold inedul
association watch fob,
The legulatlotis of the toiiruanient
mo us follows.
tl) All games jtf the tournameui
must bo plaved on the Y. M C. A
(2) The regular rale or 6c per half
hour per mo will be charged.
(3) Kncli contestant must pl.ty
every man enlered a match, consist
ing of one game of fifty olnts, con
1-1) Kach contestant must make nr
rangements with bis oppinenl for his
match and report hour nnd date to
the olllre Any contestant fulling tu
appear 011 dale agreed upon, us re
ported to ofllce, will default.
IT.) Kncli contestant must play two
matches each week, and before, the
last day of the week,
(II) i:.ich contestant must play the
two matches as scheduled ojippslte
his name. '
Tho standing of the ptuvcrs Is as
ilon for the
.lay jit the
Tho St. I.oiiIh team will only meet
tho Kelo 11I110 iiuru mole dining tho
seileii, and they hope to turn tho
tables on them tho next limn they
cnino In contact with each other.
Ilauioy Joy says that ho will bo In
Iho bo. when tlio game opens, nnd
the Kelo team will find Itself In a
illffcient position at tliu end of tho
game than Ibey wero last Tuesday
Manager Psiiasa believes lli.it bin
team can tilm Iho Kelo nlno In to
moiiow's game, lio will have I'edrn
and Snares as lialtety for Iho team.
Soaies has been nut of tho game for
some time, but Is le.uly In lake up
his task ng'iln timmimvv behind the
be lieu Is -remit il Chlucso team,
1 (imposed of the best baseball initirlil
III the illy, ami which gave the Saints
u doo last Tuesdav, Is nut every even
ing pinctlslng fur Its contest with the
Kelos, vvhUh takes place next Wislnes-
rt.iy at J-.'iO at the Athletic l'.nk
Captain Akiiiii has got tiiKtthtr a
strung biimh of plains, ami tiny urn
eoiillileiit that they can win from the
Nipponese. Willi sndi heavy swatters
us Cbl II11I. Alain 1, Kan Yen mid Annul
It will lie daiiKerims for the Kelo nine.
The I'biucHo team bus asked pel mis
sion for the band that day. which will
coiner of I'oit and King
ertnesrt.iy afternoon ut 4
o'clock, befniu the game takes place (it
Athletic Turk. .
Until tc-ams nro expected to bo oil
baud 111 the ccntir of tlio town it t that
tlpie, from whence the')' will move to
the bull grounds.
V Aynu, the star player who plaved
such 11 wonderful game when tint Chi
nese team met the Wasertas some years
Hint, will be oil baud to try ami win
the laurels for the homo team.
Tho Pblneso team Js not worrying
ulioiit Apuu getting hold of those hunts
In time, but believe that they will not
bnvu much chance to Hurt his ball,
Old Hill will be at the receiving end.
us usual, mid he Is also 11 good man
with the stick.
riin t'lilneso fans are very much
stirred up over Wednesday's game, ami
It will be will worth seeing
Ho Sue will also be 011 the Chinese
lineup He Is will known to the pub
lic us u iliingt runs man when be
rcuehcH llrst base
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Sugase, Iho popular pitcher of Iho
Kelo Hnlveislty team, Is iliawlng
much attention In Honolulu. Tho
bi'sobnll fans don't believe Hint ho Is
a put 0 Japanese. They s.iy Hint his
nctlons and looks show that ho Is
not a rull Nipponese, .and Ihey uru
guessing If It Is true or mil. Some
of tho ball funs claim that ho Is ,1
The Kuawa team elalms to be the
champion of the vvlndvviilil slrte of the
Inland nt present They seiuud lo git
col 1 feet, though, on the I'mirth "f
July, when they weio supposed to nieit
the Walalen tiani.
FANDOM AT RANDOM
In Hie special seiles now on soni"
of the teams aro doing all they can In
getting 11 team together to 'bent tho
Kelo nine. Tho Hawaii learn, as
stiong us It was, has gone to work
audi put In somo extra men, who
should not be allowed to play for
them. All tho other teams have been
getting new plivcrs, but of the h.iiii"
nationality as their team lepicseiiK
I'.ii Hun plays for the Saluls, Ha
wall and tho Chinese leatn In the siev
clul seiles now 011 against the Kelo
nine. The university team lias not
said anything about It et, but It will
not he long before something will
During most of tho tour thioiigh
the Stales the Kdo University team
had to put on their uniforms while
on the tialn, for ns soon 'us thoy
icnchcil the city wbero they wero tn
slop tlio team had to go right on the
fluid mid play ball.
All tho Japanese who can got nwny
fioni work tomorrow will turn out In
full force to cheer for their home
team. Tho crowd is expected to he
a lurgo one.
C. II. Alton S
M. (, Kmmans... r a
V. Iln.ves 2
V. 15. Bolster... ...... ...'!'
I'. It. Nottugo..... I
P. 0. Sullivan 1
II. II. Hath 3
(3. K. Mills 2
M. Homes 1
P.. W. ll)8on I
J. W. llaltis 0
C. T. I.ai 0
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger' Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
vORINNKLI, AUTOMATIC BFRIKKLII)
Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT BTItEET, NEAR MERCHANT
Union Pacific Transfer
King St., next to Young Hotel
RESEfU'OIR CONSTRUCTION RAILROAD BUILDINO
I'DMl'I.HTH KQI'II'MHN'T Poll At. I. 1M.ANTATION WOltK.
P. M. POND,
J. AUADIE, PROPRIETOR
NO BRANCHES 777 KING STREET
There Is 11 ih.nice for tbu owner of
Kullhl liny to iiiningc, a m itch with 11
sport down ut llvvu, who bus n racing The cliuiiipliinslilp game of li.isl.it-
hoi so ninied Hvvu Hoy vvhUh liu would lm bitweeu the Knllhl nnd Maul teams
. II.. !..... tt. f '..III ...I... ..I...... l.lj ......t.l.i.r ni Wilt
lipserved Seats for center nnd wings
of gruudstnml run be booked ut n. ().
Hall & Son's sporting department. En
trance, King street.
Vickies on sale at M A nunxt's
limn Klnin niul ltiiuntt lVinir Slnie.
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itel rtreet, fiom 1 i 111. Saturday to like to have run any uiiar none lor ".win tune piueo ma ereiiuiK "i
i:n Sue plujs for the Saints, Ha
wall and Iho Chiueso teams. He
should be put off 0110 of those teams
nt least. U Rue Is a dangerous m.'ii
Hirt llower and '(linger" Mnynevvlll
umpire tbu games today and tomorrow
St BPORT CALENDAR. H
tt If Managers of baseball and oth- tt
St cr athletic teams would nnlify the St
It U 11 1 la 1 1 n of tho dates of pro- fl
SS posed matches so that audi In- SI
tS formation could bo placed In the 1!
SS sport calendar It would be con- SS
SS sldercd a favor. Address alt com- V
tt inunlcallnns to Sporting Killlor. V
SS II u I lo 1 1 n Olllcn. St
SS Saturday, July 8. SS
SS Haseball Staia vs. St. Louis; SS
SS Haw nil vs. Kelo; at Athletic SS
SS Sunday, July 9. tt
tt ll.1sol1.1ll J. A. (J. vs. Stnrs; 1. tt
SS A. (J. vs. Keoj at Athletic I'arlt. tt
tt August. SS
St Inlet -Island l'olo Tnurnnmcnt. St
General Tells Story of Promo
tion Forced on Him by
In Ids story of "The Making of a
Itegliiieut." In the June Srrlbner's,
(Jeneral I'mistou tells bow be became
colotiel of tbu Twentieth Kansas.
On 11 vlilt to Tope-ku several weeks
before the declaration of war I bad
met Uove'rnnr l.eeily, nnd had had a
very pleasant Intervle-vv with him. lie
was much lutereited In my accounts of
lighting lift ween Spaniards uud Insur
gents In Cuba and in descriptions of
londltlons on the war-waste-d Island.
When tbu President Issmil to the gov
ernors of tho various Stales bis call for
volunteers, Kunsns was asked to fur
nish three regiments of Infantry of
about outi thousand men each Under
11 subsequent cull there was organized
a two-liattullon colored regiment, und
thre'u hundred recruits 'verii provided
for each of the three existing regi
ments. Immediately upon the libiie of
the llrst mil (Invcrnor I.eedy si nt 11111
a telegram requesting Unit I colno to
Topeku nt once tipnn n porting I was
Informed that he h.ul determined tu
Ignore the national guard organisation
of the State-, building three new regi
ments from the gtnuml 11 1 1. Members
of the national guard could inter these
orgiinlzitlnns us Individuals. I wns to
be named as eolnni I of one of tbu three
regiments I protested iiKiilnst the ex
pediency of 11 policy which I thought
might kiep nut of the strvlctt a mini-
In r of ollleers nnd men who bad bud
ut least the rudiments of military
training, and furtlur stated that,
while I had teen much campaigning
ami no little llglitlng, my servlco had
been In 11 force In which drill or other
training was a practically unknown
quantity. I felt that the Instruction
of a regiment made up largely of ab
solutely raw matt rial should be under
direction of one who knew at least
sonu thing of Infantry drill. Hut the
Coventor told 1110 bluntly Hint lie hail
not sent for me to hear my views, ns
be bud somo of his own. If I did not
tnko the reglmiut, be would give It tn
Mr So and So I knew that I could
not be n worse colonel thnn tha man
named, and accepted
If It's Paint
AMD TOD WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM IKAU
All IEEN EVERYWHERE
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